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New Dictionary of Irish History from 1800

New Dictionary of Irish History from 1800

The first paperback edition of the definitive reference book on modern Irish history. Comprising almost 2,000 headwords, it remains the only such work completely devoted to the modern period.
Our Price: €17.99
ISBN/EAN9780717125210
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Publisher: Gill
Pub. Date: March 1 2005
Author: Hickey, D.J.
Format: Paperback
Pages:528
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The standard reference guide to modern Irish history ' the only such book devoted entirely to the modern era' is now available in paperback. This classic work will be a boon to everyone with an interest in Irish history.Long established as a reliable, accurate and comprehensive reference work, it includes quirky and offbeat headwords as well as the anticipated entries for political, social and economic history.`'an invaluable guide for all students of history as well as a ready reference work for everyone else, including journalists and even historians.' Irish Examiner`This is the best Irish history reference book you will get on your shelves.' Evening Herald`The whole panoply of Irish life is visited with some 2,000 articles on subjects as diverse as emigration, governments of Ireland, home rule, loyalism, agrarian violence, secret societies, together with hundreds of concise biographical articles ' This book is excellent in every respect a treasure trove of varied and fascinating historical information. Very few books that I know will be as useful to the academic, the student or the general reader attempting to deepen their knowledge of modern Ireland.' Irish Catholic
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